‘I’m trying not to eat a lot’: Eden Hazard admits he is struggling not to feast on buns at home after revealing he was 11 pounds overweight when he joined Real Madrid from Chelsea
- The Real Madrid star has been teased about his weight ever since he left Chelsea
- Eden Hazard has said in the past that he was 11 pounds overweight last summer
- The 29-year-old’s first season at the Bernabeu was plagued with an ankle injury
- The Belgium international has revealed he is working with an online physio
- Madrid believe pay cuts for their highest earners will become ‘inevitable’
- Learn more about how to help people impacted by COVID
Eden Hazard is struggling with home temptations as he admits he is having to watch his diet amid the coronavirus crisis.
The Real Madrid star has been teased about his weight ever since he left Chelsea last summer.
Hazard revealed before Christmas that he was 11 pounds overweight when he moved to the Bernabeu and that when he is ‘on vacation he is on vacation’.
Eden Hazard is struggling with home temptations as he admits he is having to watch his diet
Hazard turned up to Real Madrid 11 pounds overweight after having his holiday
He told RTBF: ‘It’s complicated for me. I’m trying not to eat a lot.
‘I’m trying not to go into the pantry to eat a lot of buns, but it’s not easy.’
Hazard’s first season at the Bernabeu was plagued with an ankle injury and has revealed how he is trying to get back to fitness at home.
Hazard added: ‘I’m working with the physio online.
‘He can’t come here anymore because he fell ill and has to stay at home.
‘We started ten days ago, but he sends me videos from home.
Hazard’s first season at the Bernabeu since leaving Chelsea was plauged with an ankle injury
Hazard pictured having his medical at Madrid after his £150million move from Stamford Bridge
‘I’m working to strengthen my ankle and I’m doing what I can from home.’
Madrid believe pay cuts for their highest earners will become ‘inevitable’ as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Club president Florentino Perez and captain Sergio Ramos had previously agreed salaries would not be touched despite the financial implications of a prolonged break from the game.
But with Madrid covering the wages of over 800 different people across all of its teams, it is now likely those with the biggest incomes will see a reduction in their wages, according to El Pais.
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